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Article
February 1957

CLEVELAND DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY

AMA Arch Derm. 1957;75(2):296-298. doi:10.1001/archderm.1957.01550140140031

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Abstract

The Psoriasis Group

Dr. George H. Curtis, Presiding

Speakers

Dr. Benjamin P. Persky: Discussion of Presented Psoriatic Cases.

Dr. Roland E. Long: Hereditary Factors in the Etiology of Psoriasis.

Dr. Edward H. Jones Jr.: Blood Chemistry in Psoriasis.

Dr. H. H. Johnson Jr.: Psychosomatic Factors in Psoriasis.

Dr. Frank M. McDonald: The Koebner Phenomenon in Psoriasis.

Dr. George W. Binkley: Important Points in the Pathology of Psoriasis.

Dr. E. W. Netherton: The Goeckermann Treatment in Psoriasis.

Dr. Hugo Hecht: Psoriasis in Some of the Concentration Camps in Europe.

Keratosis Follicularis. Presented by Dr. E. W. Netherton and Dr. W. N. Davidson (by invitation).

This 6-year-old girl has had an asymptomatic papular eruption on the wrists, forearms, and neck since the age of 1 year. New lesions have appeared, involving the upper trunk. They consist of small angular and round papules, which are light brown to skin color.

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